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Well, I didn't chicken out, started Lemtrada the first of February 2016 for 5 days; my first time on Solumedrol and slept all day and all night.   Once home, did the same thing for 2 weeks.  Occasional nausea abut 3-4 times a week, using dissolvable Zofran which works almost instantly and is great.  At April appt, doc said I was right where he expected, (labs I guess) and am due to see him again in September, he said I would feel much better by then.  Next Lemtrada will be in February 2017 for 3 days and NO Solumedrol, am going back to Decadron.  

I have to admit, I'm feeing better in general than I have in quite some time.  Sorry I haven't checked in, have been busy with hubby, had 2 strokes the end of December, so we are patient helping patient!

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Have been feeling really good, except for the nausea and fatigue, but did get up to walking 1.5 miles occasionally.  Sorry I haven't been on, have been helping hubby with his ultrasound (portable at home) treatments for his clavicle that wasn't healing, after 2 months on ultrasound, its starting to heal on its own!
Hi! I haven't been on here in ages but see your name and can't help but stop and say hello.  I hope all is well and you are doing ok on the Lemtrada. hugs to you!!
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